In medicine, women’s reproductive physiology rules menstruation, fertility, conception, pregnancy and childbirth. In Oriental medicine however, the reproductive organs do not work in isolation from the rest of the body, they are clearly integrated and may hence be influenced by other pathologies, system imbalances and emotions. Gynecological problems such as uterine prolapse, painful, early or late periods or absent menstruation for example have been evaluated and treated very effectively at their root for over 2000 years. These conditions are individually diagnosed and usually treated primarily with herbal remedies and sometimes acupuncture or tuina.